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Handy broke tall gelding - $4,500 (Blountsville AL)

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HOLY SMOKES!!!! YOU WANT ONE THAT HAS A HANDLE CHECK THIS TALL GLASS OF WATERRRR OUT!!

MEET AJAX

- [ ] Ajax is a 13 year old (confirmed by equine dentist) 16 hand Appaloosa GELDING!!! you want one you can pull out of the pasture and be the same horse every time with no fuss this is your guy. He has sat for 1 year prior to us getting him due to previous owners not having the time they thought they had to devote to him. We pulled him right out of his stall after two days of being here tacked him up and he never missed a beat!! Absolutely no hump, jump or anything to him. He’s very sweet and wants to be your best friend! He was previously said to be a heading horse a few years back but seems a little anxious about us throwing a rope off him. Nothing dangerous just didn’t want to stand still and was side eyeing. He could have easily flipped his lid but never tried. They said before his sitting they had taken him to sortings and pennings which I 100 percent believe. He’s a cowy thing and knows how to help get them up to where they need to be! He goes anywhere you want him to go! Over logs, through water, up hill sides. You just point and he goes. He’s traffic safe as well. NOW LETS TALK ABOUT THIS SUCKERS HANDLE!! He will lope right off from a dead stand still. Will side pass, neck reins with even just a rope around his neck. He stops on a dime like one should. Will back up all the way out of this state if desired. Not a hot head but will go when asked and not hard to get to go but will walk as well. He has a soft mouth and doesn’t ride around like a big horse normally does he’s not hard to get to turn or get into those smaller spots. I’m gonna say he takes an intermediate rider or a handy kid. Due to these buttons listed above.

Ground manners:

Stands tied ✅
Stalls or pasture with no weaving or cribbing ✅
Loads and unloads and will back out of trailer✅
Not spookish to fly spray ✅
Picks feet up with ease ✅
Not girth or cinichy ✅
Stands to be tacked and groomed ✅
Good for the farrier ✅

Blountsville AL

post id: 7745527996

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